On September 2nd, 1666, The Great Fire burns in London, many buildings in the city were lost to the fire, including St. Paul's Cathedral. The fire was started in a local bakery.
Other Events on September 2:
1789: The US Treasury is founded.
1969: The ATM was used for the first time by the public.
1969: Ho chi Minh died at the age of 79 due to cardiac arrest.
1945: Vietnam declares Independence.
1945: WWII Officially ends when Japan surrenders to the Allies.
1973: J.R.R. Tolkien, the creator of Lord of the Rings, died at the age of 81 in England.
1996: Michael Jackson's "You Are Not Alone" hits #1.
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